I have several Ruckus APs (ZF7343) that are hard-coded to use a specific ZoneDirector, and after configured so, all Telnet/SSH/HTTP/HTTPS are disabled on each AP by the guy who worked here before me.
I have a need to change the designated ZoneDirector IP but I don't think I can access command line except by plugging console cable to all AP one by one, which is very inconvenient.
If I try to change the designated primary ZoneDirector IP from Access Point Policies in the ZoneDirector that currently managing it, the config will be applied to all other managed AP, which I dont want to change.
Hi Monnat, thanks for the reply. I want to avoid physical work if possible, so the first option that you mentioned seems to be my last choice. I'd like to know how can I get the SSH access back again, as right now I don't have access at all to individual AP (like I said, all CLI/SSH/Telnet/HTTP/HTTPS has been disabled from the AP configuration itself). Can I do this from ZoneDirector? So far I can't find the options to do that, please advise 😞